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Seagate ultra u320 scsi drive

I have the above mentioned scsi drive which i cant seem to read when i connect to any computer. From bios am able to see the drive and it shows thats its healthy. all am trying to do is recover the data which is in there. if theres a program which will help me do so i would really appreciate. dont care much about the drive but i need my files. What do i need to do?

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SCSI is a class of knowledge on its own - drive numbering etc etc - Have you set up the drive cable with the termination block at the end ??.
There are plenty of recovery programs around ( if you have a failing drive or deleted filed etc) but first you have to get the drive 'recognised' by the system.

Try also to Google on "SCSI setup" solutions and try www.youtube.com also. There maybe a video on how to set the drive up, there.

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